1

Uncharted creative director Amy Hennig has left Naughty Dog, Sony has confirmed.

The veteran video game developer had been with Naughty Dog for over 10 years, working on the Uncharted franchise.

Before joining Naughty Dog in November 2003 Hennig spent eight years at Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics, primarily working on the Legacy of Kain series.

Hennig's departure from Naughty Dog was first reported by IGN, which said sources claimed Hennig was "forced out" by The Last of Us creative directors Neil Druckmann and Bruce Straley, and that the next Uncharted game for PlayStation 4 may now come under their control.

"We can confirm that Amy Hennig has left Naughty Dog," Sony said in a statement. "Amy has made significant contributions to the game industry and we appreciate all she has done for Naughty Dog. The development timeline of Uncharted will not be impacted."

Naughty Dog unveiled Uncharted for PS4 at the console's US launch event last year with a brief teaser trailer. More is expected at E3 this June.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (82)

About the author

Wesley Yin-Poole

Wesley Yin-Poole

Deputy Editor

Wesley is Eurogamer's deputy editor. He likes news, interviews, and more news. He also likes Street Fighter more than anyone can get him to shut up about it.

More articles by Wesley Yin-Poole

Comments (82)

Comments for this article are now closed, but please feel free to continue chatting on the forum!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading

Related

Uncharted 4 walkthrough and guide

Our guide to A Thief's End features treasure locations, collectibles, puzzle solutions, Trophies and a walkthrough for every chapter.

Uncharted 4 Trophy guide

A full Trophy list and guides to the hardest Trophies.

Uncharted 4 Treasures and collectibles guide

How to find every treasure, journal note, journal entry and optional conversation.

The Uncharted movie is "close to the starting line", says director

There's a script, a star, and a "near horizon" schedule.